Battle of the Bands = Escape The Fate

Set List:

The Flood
Reverse This Curse
There's No Sympathy for the Dead
Not Good Enough For Truth In Cliche
On To The Next One
My Apocalypse
You Are So Beautiful
The Webs We Weave
We Won't Back Down
The Guillotine
This War Is Ours (The Guillotine 2)
Dragging Dead Bodies In Blue Bags Up Really Long Hills

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SO LOCK AND LOAD! Your heads off because Las Vegas has emerged heavy metaler rock and rollers Escape The Fate onto the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, CA for Ernie Ball's 12th Battle of the Bands competition. The night rolled off around 7PM with the first act battling it out From Aphony which got the crowd intensely awaken for the rest of the night! Next arrived Red Car Wire kicking it rock and roll style all the way jumping up and down across the stage as the crowd clapped along to each tune sung out loud. The two remaining acts Settings, and The Scenic were the main spotlights as Settings won the competition for the night but also gets to rock out alongside The Scenetic on the 2009 Vans Warped Tour on the Ernie Ball stage for 2 weeks this coming summer! After the battle had died down a war had broken out which only mean one thing, "THIS WAR IS OURS" as Escape The Fate appeared on stage rocking out old and new hits off their classic LP "Dying Is Your Latest Fashion," breaking out tunes such as "The Flood," Onto the Next One," "Reverse This Curse," The Guillotine Parts 1& 2," and "Situations," among others. The set lasted a good hour having the band diving and jumping all over the place fans were being thrown up onto the stage like bullets being shot out of a shot gun, one fan grabbed a hold of the microphone singing some of the lyrics then got thrown off the stage as the crowd in the pit danced the night away pushing and shoving kicking everyone in sight. When Escape The Fate broke out into "This War Is Ours (The Guillotine 2)," guitarist Bryan "Monte" Money was hooked up onto this flying equipment and got flown above the club as he broke out into a killer guitar solo that got the crowd so wrapped up in the atmosphere it was unbelievable! The intensely overall experience was rough and wild and one crazy ride that should be ridden again and again.

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